Monster Hunter Rise PC Review: A Great Game Gets Better
After releasing exclusively on the Nintendo Switch earlier this year, Monster Hunter Rise is finally arriving on PC. While much of the game has stayed the same, the enhanced visuals are a delight. Here's our review.
God of War PC Review - Glorious Kratos Joins PCMR!
Beautiful and well-made, the God of War PC port is a good way for Sony to say hello. This game is a must for any PC gamer - especially if you've never played it. If other ports were of this quality...
Halo Infinite Review. Say 'Hello' to Successful Reboot!
Brace yourself, Spartan. Six years after its last game, the Halo series returns with an open-world game that provides a mix of nostalgic and modern elements that make for a satisfying journey through an old, familiar planet.
Final Fantasy XIV Online: Endwalker Review
Endwalker lives up to the expectations set by Shadowbringers and is a worthy closure to the almost 8-year story arc. With that feat, I’m confident that FFXIV is the best MMORPG currently available.
Chorus Review: Satisfying Combat Distracts From A Lackluster Protagonist
Chorus misses out on the opportunity to let the player decide who the protagonist is, choosing instead to force a dramatic end-of-the-world scenario on the player that cheapens the ability to explore and take on side-missions. Read our review.
Shin Megami Tensei V Review: Angels and Demons
Not as popular as its spin-off Persona, Shin Megami Tensei returns to deliver one of the best RPGs on the Switch – even if it may not be everyone’s cup of tea.
Forza Horizon 5 Review - The King Becomes Emperor
The best racing game just became even better, and it doesn’t look like anything is going to claim the crown from Forza Horizon 5 anytime soon. However, “the best” doesn’t mean “perfect.” The competitors still have a chance to seize the throne.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Review: Brilliant Banter
With an original cast and storyline, the video game version of Guardians of the Galaxy rivals that of the movies. But what parts of it are cinematic and where does it fall short? Read our review.
Age of Empires 4 Review - The Return of the RTS King
Age of Empires IV proves there’s still a place for classic RTS games in 2021. Developers have brilliantly adapted the well-known formula to modern realities. Hopefully, this will not be the last part of the series, but a completely new beginning.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord First look at E3 – Sieges, realism and staying true to the original
TaleWorlds showed us how to conquer strongholds in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord while they visited E3. The game will introduce lots of novelties, but it will stay true to the spirit of the original game.